Partner of Bingham Greenebaum Doll, LLP, Seger chairs the law firm’s utility group and has practiced for over 40 years before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, other state, local, and federal courts, and boards and regulatory/governing agencies. Throughout his career, he has advised utilities and other organizations on mergers, acquisitions, rates, financing, and certifications and approvals related to the telecommunications, sewer and water, and energy industries. Seger has worked with various municipalities, investor-owned utilities, and developers on utility matters including expansion and extension of utilities for economic development. He has advised agribusiness interests in organization, expansion, and contractual and utility/environmental issues, and participates as a director and officer in the operation of agribusinesses and renewable energy businesses.
Seger is very involved in his community and is on the board of directors for Wabash Valley Produce, Inc.; the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis; Carbon Cycle Technologies, LLC; and The Alliance: A Forum for Indiana Business Leaders. He is a member of the Indiana State Poultry Association and the regulatory law group of the National Association of Water Companies. He is past president and chair of the utility law section of the Indiana State Bar Association and fellow of the Indiana State Bar Foundation and the Indianapolis Bar Foundation. He holds a B.S., cum laude, in marketing from the Kelley School of Business and a J.D., magna cum laude, from the Maurer School of Law.